I think that Camp Baghdada piece was just on the radio that once (CBC, of
course). It vented in much the same way as the SHerman original, ie, let me
come home, but also managed to rhyme in the deaths & destruction, the nasty
camp counselor, etc. all in terms of the army & the Administration (using
the original laugh track at the end of each line).
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No one could be
more hostile than a species enclosed in
a chimney for a century or so they told me.